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Discover the secret passed from nursing mothers to make-up artists. Originally created for new mothers facing sore nipples from breastfeeding, Dr. Lipp's ultrahydrating, healing formula later gained a rep as the ultimate lip gloss, primer, and multipurpose balm among savvy makeup artists. And with everything it does—prep lips to make lipstick wear better, add shine to cheeks, even tame unruly eyebrows—it'll earn a prized place in your makeup bag too. Packed with all-natural ingredients, this thick, rich, long-lasting formula is clinically proven to repair rough, flaky lips and smooth dry skin patches—plus it helps heal cuticles, split ends, sunburns, and itchy dry skin.
I didn't care for this at all. Felt like it was the same as using plain Vaseline. I could go without this.1
I was not happy with this product at all. It's basically pure lanolin that you can buy for a quarter of the price at your local pharmacy. I didn't find it to be spectacular, it was a little too greasy, and the smell wasn't very pleasant. You are paying for packaging and I didn't think it was worth the price.1
I have used many products with lanolin without problem and have had allergy testing done which did not show an allergy to lanolin. I find it odd that using a product that claims to be 100% natural medical grade lanolin would then cause a fairly serious allergic reaction.1
This is really thick and heavy, smells bad, and is really sticky and gooey. Perhaps it's good for sore nipples but I would never use it as a lip gloss or anything like that.1
As soon as I saw how thick this product was, I couldn't bear to put it on my lips. I'd much rather stick with my Vaseline that is so much cheaper and that doesn't smell or feel gross.1
Didnt care about sample. Waste of product. I hate that its called nipple balm. Give it to nursing mothers. I am done reviewing bc not worth time.1
This formula was far too thick for someone to have daily wear on their lips. It felt as if I had smeared a thicker form of Vaseline on my lips- and that would have been cheaper! Would not recommend to friends1
This is simply medical grade lanolin. No need to pay the high sticker price. Get the kind for nursing moms at any store (Target, grocery store, pharmacy).1
I've tried two other brands and liked them more than this one. Dr. Lipp was stickier and didn't absorb as well for me.1
I didn't like this product at all. With the words 'balm' and 'gloss' used, I expected something that I would be able to easily slide onto my lips. This was much too thick and sticky. I suppose it might be okay for some of the other listed uses (e.g. taming eyebrows) but I wouldn't use this for my lips. I didn't even finish the tiny sample.1